Cooler Master MasterSet MS120

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By Digit Desk | Updated on 12-Feb-2019
Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date: 16 Jan, 2018
Official Website : Cooler Master
7,000
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Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date : 16-Jan-2018
Official Website : Cooler Master
Price : 7,000
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58
  • Design
  • performance
  • Value for money
  • feature
  • pros
  • + Brilliant mouse performance
  • + Bright and smooth RGB illumination
  • + Well-built keyboard
  • cons
  • - No software support
  • - Keycaps wobble a lot

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The MasterSet MS120 mouse surprisingly achieved a high sensor performance considering the A3050 sensor. We noticed minor spikes a few times but they weren’t big enough to affect the scores. The performance is persistent at all the CPI levels on the mouse except at 3,500 where it loses tracking at speeds above 1.8 m/s. Hence, it’s advisable to play on the other CPI levels where it manages to continue tracking even above 2 m/s. We didn’t notice any acceleration on the mouse but angle snapping kicks in at 1,500 and 3,500 CPI. Apart from performance, it’s a barebones right-handed mouse with an average build quality and a resting area for your ring and little finger on the right side.

Cooler Master upgraded their older 2016 mem-chanical design by adding a spring and tactile plunger in the MS120 keyboard. Essentially, this design will offer better tactile feedback. For us, the actuation force was considerably heavier, almost close to Cherry MX Greens. Hence, we didn’t really enjoy the experience of typing on this keyboard. But this is completely a personal preference coming from an experience of using keyboards with lighter actuation forces. If you’re coming from membrane keyboards, you will actually enjoy the tactile feedback. The RGB backlighting on the keyboard looks wonderful and overall, the build quality is decent. There’s no software support and everything can be controlled by modifier keys on the keyboard. Compared to the other combos that we’ve tested, if you have a budget of about Rs. 6,000, then you can go ahead with the MS120. However, if you have a lower budget, then the Gamdias Ares Essential Combo is still worthy at Rs. 3,000.

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